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Mum forced to carry son down flight of stairs for a year due to broken lift

Charlie Lynch can only get her 11-year-old disabled son to school if her sister or neighbour helps carry him in his wheelchair down a narrow staircase – otherwise he has to stay at home. 

  

Appeal for witnesses after serious homophobic assault

The 55-year-old man was approached by a man, not known to him, while walking with two friends in Burgess Park, Camberwell at around 1.40am on Saturday.

  

Lambeth forced to cough up more than £1million after bailiff visits

A Freedom of Information request has revealed debt collectors turned up at Lambeth town hall and Lambeth civic centre to recover £1,013,495 between May 2021 and May 2022. 

  

Landlord ordered to pay more than a quarter of a million pounds after squashing seven flats into six

In addition, three of the flats had unauthorised bedrooms that added to the already cramped and sub-standard conditions. 

 

Victims told to f*** of by council staff after Grenfell disaster, inquiry hears

A Kensington and Chelsea council worker swore at people who had escaped the blaze, according to one of the shelter workers.

  

Medal-winning garden relocated to a hospital

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s award-winning Florence Nightingale Garden has been rebuilt at St Thomas’ Hospital to celebrate International Nurses’ Day.

  

‘Train passengers will be able to look into our homes’

Residents have hit back at plans to expand a railway station in front of their homes – fearing passengers will peer into their bedroom windows. 

  

Sweets sold on social media contained cannabis

Three members of an organised crime group that sold sweets containing cannabis on social media have been sentenced following a Met investigation.

  

Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision

Police were called at about 9am on Thursday, 12 May to reports of a collision involving a moped and a pedestrian in Kennington Lane at the junction with Kennington Road.

  

Agnes celebrates 100 years with family, friends and a cake

A retired nurse and care home resident at Abbotsleigh Mews Bupa Care Home has celebrated turning 100 years old.

  

Fabulous fun for all the family to celebrate the jubilee

To mark the Queen’s jubilee, there  will be a week of family fun at  Station Hall, Herne Hill.

  

Making Sloane Square a dining hot spot

Iconic Sloane Square could change forever under plans to transform it into a top spot for outdoor dining. 

 

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Residents catch fly-tippers in action who are then fined

A quick-thinking resident who spotted hundreds of kilos of rubbish being dumped illegally has helped secure a successful court prosecution against the culprits.

  

Charlton Athletic midfielder makes Ayr United move

The 22-year-old came through the Addicks youth ranks and spent the second half of last season on loan with the Scottish Championship club.

  

Aston Villa assistant Michael Beale again in running for Charlton Athletic job

Addicks owner Thomas Sandgaard is an admirer of the 41-year-old and he was in the mix for the position when Nigel Adkins was dismissed in October 2021.

  

Palace boss: Wilfried Zaha has to manage fact he is a target for opposition

Zaha was involved in a battle with midfielder John McGinn throughout the match and played up to the occasion by cupping his ears to the Villa Park crowd.

  

Former Charlton midfielder reportedly a target for Crystal Palace and Aston Villa

The Camberwell-born player only has one more season to run on his Rangers contract.

  

‘We should have scored more’ – Palace boss Vieira reflects on 1-1 draw at Aston Villa

Patrick Vieira felt Crystal Palace had enough quality to score more than one goal in their 1-1 draw with Aston Villa this afternoon.

  

Attacking department set to be the key area for Millwall’s transfer focus this summer

Gary Rowett has underlined that Millwall’s moves in the summer transfer window to strengthen their attacking department is going to be pivotal to their hopes of improving on their 2021-22 Championship campaign.

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Patrick Vieira on the permanent transfer gamble that paid off for Crystal Palace – with Millwall tie the kickstart

Patrick Vieira believes that Crystal Palace’s 2-1 FA Cup victory against Millwall played a pivotal role in Jean-Philippe Mateta’s Crystal Palace career.

  

Battersea’s Denzel Bentley a two-time British champion after narrows points win over Linus Udofia

Denzel Bentley regained his British middleweight title with a split points decision over Linus Udofia in South London last night.

  

Palace boss Patrick Vieira says Tyrick Mitchell should believe in his own potential

Mitchell picked up the Young Player of the Season trophy at the end of season awards on Tuesday.

  

Patrick Vieira calls for Crystal Palace to increase its ambition after securing 10th consecutive Premier League season

The Eagles booked their decade-long stint in the top-flight last weekend following a 1-0 win against Roy Hodgson’s Watford.

  

Jason Pearce reflects on his Charlton Athletic career and reacts to the sacking of Valley favourite Johnnie Jackson

Jason Pearce’s career as a Charlton player produced the best moment of his career. And he knows, even if he decides not to hang up his boots, that it is unlikely to ever be topped.

  

Kovacic needs a ‘miracle’ to be ready for Chelsea’s FA Cup final against Liverpool

Chelsea men and women are playing FA Cup finals at Wembley this weekend and, for the men, Thomas Tuchel will be sweating on the fitness of Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic as they take on Liverpool tomorrow.

  

Athletics: Dulwich Runners win opening Assembly League fixture

Dulwich Runners made a winning start to the Assembly League on an undulating 5km course at Beckenham Place Park, writes Jonathan Whittaker.

  

Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: Jervis posts PB at Vitality London 10K with McDowell top over-40 finisher at Westminster Mile

Four runners from Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club were among the many thousands taking part in the Vitality London 10 kilometres road race through the streets of Central London, writes Tom Pollak.

  

‘I’m proud of the team and the fans’ – Millwall fans’ favourite Bialkowski on 2021-22 season

Bartosz Bialkowski has told his Millwall team-mates to be proud of their latest Championship season.

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Project helps students to make a difference to their community

Saint Gabriel’s College, in Langton Road, Camberwell, partnered with the First Give charity to ignite social consciousness in pupils and encourage them to make a difference to their local community through social action.

 

Staff at nursery “do not have a secure understanding of how to minimise risks” to children, says damning report

A member of staff at Rising Stars School in Peckham Hill Street, Peckham was also criticised for leaving babies unsupervised during a visit by an inspector in January. 

 

School saved from wrecking ball after changes approved

Lewisham council had threatened Our Lady and St Philip Neri RC Primary School in Sydenham Road, Sydenham with demolition after it was constructed with the wrong cladding and windows.

 

London school children share their views on Extinction Rebellion movement

Two 11 year old school children from Southwark stopped by at the XR campsite to learn more about the movement. Isaac and Laila Motalib-Haque give their differing views on the movement:

 

Croydon author is back with her third instalment of The Cats Eye View series

Octavia Lonergan is back with a third instalment of The Cats Eye View series with The Cats Eye View of Being Green.

 

Nursery school gets new name

Bluebells Nursery will be relaunched at a naming event tomorrow.

 

Motorists banned from roads under Croydon’s new School Streets plans

Ten School Streets will be returning in Croydon today as the council opens a fresh round of consultation on the schemes.

 

Bursary schemes available for budding dancers as Royal Academy of Dance opens new headquarters in Battersea

During its housewarming event on Sunday, May 8, RAD will be holding open auditions for its new bursary scheme.

  

Grace Jones curates this year’s Meltdown Festival at the Southbank Centre

Grace Jones’ Meltdown will get underway on June 10 with Nightclubbing with No Signal at the Riverside Terrace.

  

Greenwich + Docklands International showcases a festival of free outdoor arts, theatre and dance

Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF) organisers have revealed their line-up for the festival of free outdoor arts and theatre.

  

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with Bankside’s biggest street party

On June 3, Bankside Open Spaces Trust is throwing their biggest street party since 2019 – it’s all free and you’re invited.

    

City Chorus sings Mozart Coronation Mass and Handel Zadok the Priest at Southwark Cathedral

A chorus is celebrating its 100th Anniversary with a birthday concert on June 17 at Southwark Cathedral. 

  

Vision & Virtuosity exhibition is at the Saatchi Gallery

Tiffany & Co. presents the Vision & Virtuosity exhibition at Saatchi Gallery, bringing more than 400 objects to London.

  

South London rap collective KXR creating a buzz in the industry with new album

The duo are fast becoming masters of live performance, racking up shows at the 02 Academy (Islington), Brixton Jamm, as well as headlining the “lost world show” at the Ritzy on Thursday nights.

  

Love is Live – the Platinum Edition cabaret at Longfield Hall

From puppetry and story creation, through to making crowns, carnival and art trails, there will be a huge range of activities for people of all ages and backgrounds to get involved in.

  

Pip & Pop debuts her floral exhibition at the Gallery of Botanical Art in Richmond

When Flowers Dream is inspired by mythologies and folklore and explores themes of consumption, wish fulfilment, and seemingly endless abundance.

  

Beer festival returns to Selhurst Park stadium

This annual event takes place at Selhurst Park from noon. After an open training session in Selhurst, club manager Patrick Vieira will open the event.

  

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with Afternoon Tea at Kona

Kona, at 51 Buckingham Gate Suites and Residences, has launched The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Afternoon Tea, which is simply fit for a queen.

  

Cafe pergola saved from the axe after more than 3,000 sign petition

The outdoor structure at the Westmount Cafe in Westmount Road, Eltham, had looked set to come down after council officers branded it “alien” and “bulky” in a report earlier this year.

  

Top tips for creating an outdoor kitchen

With the warmer months of the year fast approaching, it’s the perfect time to start planning an outdoor kitchen. But where do you begin, what materials will you need and what should your budget be?

  

BanktheFood app will help foodbanks get the goods they need

Make a difference by downloading the BanktheFood charity app and following their nearest food bank

  

Now’s the time to look after your mental health

The Mental Health Foundation wanted to provide a focus for us all on achieving good mental health, which is just as relevant today – if not more so.

  

In My View: Florence Eshalomi, MP for Vauxhall

With the horrific war raging in Ukraine and so many other stories competing for our attention, it is easy to be distracted from the Government’s shameful inaction to tackle the cost of living crisis.

  

Your chance to vote for National Lottery heroes

The annual search for the UK’s favourite National Lottery funded people and projects will recognise those individuals and organisations who have made an extraordinary impact in their community.

  

You’d be potty not to recycle plastic pots

Two industry leading horticultural brands have joined forces to provide gardeners in the south-east with a solution to plant pot recycling, preventing further plastic waste ending up in landfill.

  

Could Southwark be London’s fifth World Heritage Site?

Cllr Victor Chamberlain has called on Bankside and North Bermondsey in the north of the borough to be recognised for its outstanding value to humankind.

  

Don’t let private firms vote for NHS services

As a resident who benefits from local NHS services, I am concerned about the Health and Social Care Bill which has just gone for royal assent.

  

Hit musical Chicago playing at the New Wimbledon Theatre until 21st May

Sheila Ferguson stars as Mama Morton in the acclaimed UK and Ireland tour of the international smash hit musical Chicago.

  

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic Oklahoma! playing at Lambeth’s Young Vic

Straight from a Tony-award-winning run-on Broadway and a US tour, Daniel Fish’s bold reinvention of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s classic Oklahoma! comes to Lambeth’s Young Vic

  

Penny for your thoughts? One Penny Opera at the Soho theatre reviewed by Christopher Walker

One Penny Opera is a “new take on a twisted classic” by Tiger Lillies, the Godfathers of Cabaret. A Soho Theatre triumph.

  

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs: Q&A with director Hannah Hauer-King

Hannah Hauer-King, is director of The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs coming to Soho Theatre’s main stage next month. Here is a Q&A with her.

  

Scandaltown at Lyric Theatre reviewed by Christopher Walker

The wonderfully talented Rachael Stirling leads a young cast through a rollicking romp at the Lyric, writes Christopher Walker.

  

Christopher Walker reviews SAD playing at the Omnibus Theatre

A woman in her sixties who is experiencing mental anguish. She has retreated to her attic with a bucket, and is glued to her sun lamp. Ostensibly this is because she suffers from Seasonally Affected Disorder or SAD. But there is of course a lot more going on.

  

The 47th playing at the Old Vic reviewed by Christopher Walker

Why does the Devil have all the best tunes? He certainly does in The 47th at the Old Vic. Bertie Carvel’s brilliant incarnation of Donald Trump, is a tour de force, writes Christopher Walker.

  

Come meet The Gruffalo at Greenwich Theatre this Easter!

Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the classic picture book.

  

City Splash Festival returns to Brockwell Park

City Splash is a one-day family-friendly festival celebrating the impact and importance of Caribbean and African music on British culture, bringing authentic carnival vibes of reggae, dancehall, Afrobeats and more.

  

Horrible Histories present Terrible Thames boat tours sailing daily along London’s famous river

Theatre producers Birmingham Stage Company and Woods’ Silver Fleet, a family-run company of Thames Watermen since 1866, have joined forces to bring a 45-minute-long open-air clipper Thames tour.

    

City Chorus sings Mozart Coronation Mass and Handel Zadok the Priest at Southwark Cathedral

A chorus is celebrating its 100th Anniversary with a birthday concert on June 17 at Southwark Cathedral. 

  

Mamma Mia! The Party, an ABBA musical experience showcases at the London O2 Arena

A member of the music sensation ABBA has created Mamma Mia! The Party, a theatrical dining experience currently playing in a renowned London arena, writes Linda Kurdi.

  

Much-loved paddling pool set for reopening this spring

Thanks to volunteers from the Friends of Ruskin Park, Lambeth council, Urban Village Homes and the generosity of donors, renovation work has almost completed Ruskin Park paddling pool, which will open in time for summer. 

  

The Washerwoman – a mix of British folklore and modern British culture

The Washerwoman is a nine-minute short film, following the main character, Laura, as she walks through the park to get home.

  

Down’s Syndrome Eagles pay visit to Palace training session

The Down’s Syndrome Eagles is a team of Palace-supporting players with Down’s Syndrome ranging from primary school age to their early 20s. 

  

Father thanks doctors for saving one-year-old son’s life

Ronnie Sykes, from Forest Hill, became seriously ill with a congenital heart defect called Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome when he was three weeks old.

  

Farewell to an acting legend – Dennis Waterman was one of our own

Born in Clapham, the youngest of nine children, Dennis Waterman started life in Elms Road on Clapham Common South side, but would go on to become synonymous with London life in the 1970s and 1980s. 

  

Care home transforms garden to improve residents’ mental well-being

The transformation was completed by the Bromley-based volunteer gardening and horticulture project, Branching Out, and the space has also been created with wheelchair users in mind. 

  

Hospice open day hopes to attract new staff

St Christopher’s, in Lawrie Park Road, describes itself as a proud centre of innovation and excellence in hospice care and will host its Discover Hospice Care Taster Day on Tuesday, 5th July.  

  

Medical supplies donated by Guy’s and St Thomas’ arrive in Ukraine

More than 150 pallets of supplies have been shipped to Ukrainian hospitals, containing (PPE) such as gloves and theatre gowns, as well as bandages, sutures, dressings and other essential items. 

  

Cyclist who suffered head injury after accident uses art to raise awareness of road safety

Multimedia artist Xavier Hilts White, 56, of Vanburgh Park, Blackheath, survived a severe head injury after he was hit by a car while cycling in Peckham Rye in 1985 when he was 18 years old.

  

Parents of girl born with rare heart condition raise charity cash for hospital

Jenny and Billy Fox from Sidcup, took part in half marathon to raise money for Evelina London Children’s Charity after their daughter, Florence, received treatment for a serious heart condition.

  

‘What the Dickens is so special about villa’

After his many tribulations, recorded by one Mr Dickens, Samuel Pickwick, tired of his wanderings, put aside his Papers and took up residence in a pretty little villa in Dulwich, complete with drawing-room, dining-room, smoking-room, conservatory and a number of bedrooms, writes Jan Bondeson.

  

This Week 10, 20, 30 years ago

10 Years Ago – People living on a dozen estates are to become the first in the country to be given responsibility for financing their own development and repairs.

  

Did suffragettes try to burn down church?

On May, 16 1913, St Catherine’s Church, Pepys Road, Hatcham suffered serious damage as a result of fire, writes Sheridan James.

  

This week 10, 20, 30 years ago

This week ten years ago – A massive public party is being organised on the banks of the Thames to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Up to 8,000 people will sit down for The Big Jubilee Lunch event in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College on Sunday, June 3.

  

Give your puppy the best start in life

There are lots of things to consider when bringing your puppy home, and ensuring they are set up for the best start in life is essential.

  

Prevention’s the best way to beat ticks

Ticks are small parasites which feed on human and animal blood, meaning they can transmit dangerous diseases and nasty infections, such as Lyme disease

  

Keep your pets safe while cleaning

With spring in full swing, many of us have been busy scrubbing, sorting and sprucing up our homes. Though we might love that feeling of a squeaky-clean space, it can create a surprisingly dangerous environment for our pets.

  

“I’ve not slept properly for two-and-a-half years due to mating foxes”

Gangs of urban foxes have been disturbing locals in Maida Vale for years and the issue is getting worse, people say.

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Millwall

  

Attacking department set to be the key area for Millwall’s transfer focus this summer

Gary Rowett has underlined that Millwall’s moves in the summer transfer window to strengthen their attacking department is going to be pivotal to their hopes of improving on their 2021-22 Championship campaign.

  

‘I’m proud of the team and the fans’ – Millwall fans’ favourite Bialkowski on 2021-22 season

Bartosz Bialkowski has told his Millwall team-mates to be proud of their latest Championship season.

  

‘I tried to soak it all in….and not cry’ – Jed Wallace on full-time reception from Millwall supporters

The 28-year-old playmaker is out of contract at the end of June and enjoyed a rapturous reception from the club’s travelling fans at AFC Bournemouth last Saturday.

Charlton Athletic

  

Charlton Athletic midfielder makes Ayr United move

The 22-year-old came through the Addicks youth ranks and spent the second half of last season on loan with the Scottish Championship club.

  

Aston Villa assistant Michael Beale again in running for Charlton Athletic job

Addicks owner Thomas Sandgaard is an admirer of the 41-year-old and he was in the mix for the position when Nigel Adkins was dismissed in October 2021.

  

Jason Pearce reflects on his Charlton Athletic career and reacts to the sacking of Valley favourite Johnnie Jackson

Jason Pearce’s career as a Charlton player produced the best moment of his career. And he knows, even if he decides not to hang up his boots, that it is unlikely to ever be topped.

Crystal Palace

  

Palace boss: Wilfried Zaha has to manage fact he is a target for opposition

Zaha was involved in a battle with midfielder John McGinn throughout the match and played up to the occasion by cupping his ears to the Villa Park crowd.

  

Former Charlton midfielder reportedly a target for Crystal Palace and Aston Villa

The Camberwell-born player only has one more season to run on his Rangers contract.

  

‘We should have scored more’ – Palace boss Vieira reflects on 1-1 draw at Aston Villa

Patrick Vieira felt Crystal Palace had enough quality to score more than one goal in their 1-1 draw with Aston Villa this afternoon.

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Patrick Vieira on the permanent transfer gamble that paid off for Crystal Palace – with Millwall tie the kickstart

Patrick Vieira believes that Crystal Palace’s 2-1 FA Cup victory against Millwall played a pivotal role in Jean-Philippe Mateta’s Crystal Palace career.

AFC Wimbledon

  

Dagenham boss Daryl McMahon in contention for AFC Wimbledon job

The 38-year-old is just shy of 300 matches in his managerial career and has a win percentage of 47.9.

  

AFC Wimbledon interview former Crewe boss Artell

The South London Press understand that Artell was set to have an interview today [Thursday] with the club.

  

Bromley boss coy over links to managerial vacancies at AFC Wimbledon and Crawley Town

A national newspaper has claimed both clubs want the former Crystal Palace goalkeeper, who rejected overtures from Gillingham earlier this season.

Dulwich Hamlet

   

Non-league round-up: Bromley’s play-off hopes look over after Shots take a point

Bromley’s mathematical chances of still making the National League play-offs are nearly over following a 1-1 home draw with Aldershot Town on Tuesday.

   

Play-offs feel long way off

Dulwich Hamlet’s play-off hopes took another huge dent at the weekend with defeat at Champion Hill. This time, two goals in three minutes midway through the second half from Zac McEachran and Joe Iaciofano gave visiting Oxford City a 2-0 win on Saturday.

  

Dulwich Hamlet boss Gavin Rose: Only one play-off spot still up for grabs

Dulwich Hamlet head into tomorrow’s home game against Oxford City with manager Gavin Rose conceding that only one play-off place still looks up for grabs.

Chelsea

  

Kovacic needs a ‘miracle’ to be ready for Chelsea’s FA Cup final against Liverpool

Chelsea men and women are playing FA Cup finals at Wembley this weekend and, for the men, Thomas Tuchel will be sweating on the fitness of Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic as they take on Liverpool tomorrow.

Fulham

  

Tim Ream ‘happy’ to extend his Fulham career as contract triggers another season

Tim Ream and Neeskens Kebano have had their Fulham stays extended until the summer of 2023.

  

Former Balham Blazers youngster set for dream move to Liverpool

The revelation came just hours after the 19-year-old had stayed coy over a potential exit following the west Londoners clinching the Championship title.

  

Fulham in seventh heaven after Luton demolition seals Championship title

Fulham have scored 106 goals and will look to buck their record of instant Premier League relegations following their last two promotions.

  

Stuttering Fulham have to keep bubbly on ice as form team Forest win at Craven Cottage

Fulham’s stutter to the finish line continued on Tuesday night as they suffered a third Championship defeat in their last five matches.

QPR

   

Sheffield United’s win at QPR is bad news for Millwall’s play-off hopes

The Blades moved on to 72 points after their victory over the R’s and the Lions now need to win both of their remaining matches – against Peterborough and Bournemouth – and hope Sheffield United lose both as well as overcoming a big goal difference gap.

  

Mark Warburton expecting QPR exit this summer

There had been speculation in recent weeks that the west London club were going to part company with the 59-year-old.

  

QPR’s Championship play-off dreams completely ended as ‘very poor goal’ sees them lose at Stoke City

Mark Warburton reckoned that QPR’s 1-0 defeat against Stoke City on Saturday was down to conceding a “very poor goal”.

  

Ugly win pleases QPR boss

Mark Warburton was pleased with QPR’s “ugly” victory against Derby County on Easter Monday. The R’s defeated the Rams 1-0 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium courtesy of a Luke Amos strike one minute from time.

Boxing

  

Battersea’s Denzel Bentley a two-time British champion after narrows points win over Linus Udofia

Denzel Bentley regained his British middleweight title with a split points decision over Linus Udofia in South London last night.

  

Battersea’s Denzel Bentley looks to silence critics as he bids to become British king again

Denzel Bentley bids to become a two-time British middleweight champion when he faces Linus Udofia in Greenwich tomorrow night.

  

Daniel Dubois to challenge Trevor Bryan for WBA Regular heavyweight title on June 11

The Greenwich heavyweight’s bout in the States will be shown live on BT Sport.

  

Amateur boxing: Title success for South London fighters

South London gym Churchill’s are celebrating a new national champion after schoolteacher Demi Carter won the England Boxing National Amateur Championships at the weekend.

More Sport

  

Athletics: Dulwich Runners win opening Assembly League fixture

Dulwich Runners made a winning start to the Assembly League on an undulating 5km course at Beckenham Place Park, writes Jonathan Whittaker.

  

Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: Jervis posts PB at Vitality London 10K with McDowell top over-40 finisher at Westminster Mile

Four runners from Hercules Wimbledon Athletic Club were among the many thousands taking part in the Vitality London 10 kilometres road race through the streets of Central London, writes Tom Pollak.

  

Herne Hill Harriers round-up: Katie Snowden kicks off her season with third in stellar 1,500m to top British women’s rankings

Herne Hill Harriers’ Tokyo Olympian Katie Snowden kicked off her season last weekend in California and placed third in a stellar women’s 1,500m race at the Sound Running Track Meet at San Juan Capistrano, writes Geoff Jerwood.

  

Podium in Portugal eludes O’Gorman despite blistering pace in ETC opener

Erith teenager Casey O’Gorman didn’t have the weekend he’d hoped for with a fourth place and a crash in the European Talent Cup in Estoril.